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Citizens raise a stink after jail raises a stink

Stephen Loxterman, an alderman for the city of Pattonsburg and  Bob Hildreth,  the city’s water/sewer operator and maintenance person, were present at the meeting of the Daviess-DeKalb Regional Jail Board to discuss issues with debris from the jail clogging up the lift station and the pump station at the city sewer. The lift station pumps waste from the sewer system into the lagoon.

The pump station was “stinking something fierce”

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Northwest announces spring 2016 trimester honor rolls

The Office of the Registrar at Northwest Missouri State University has announced the names of students named to the Academic or President’s Honor Roll at the end of the 2016 spring trimester, including:

Gallatin, Academic, Melinda M Hess; Gilman City, Academic, Ryan D Burrows, and President, Mitchell F Ragan; Jamesport, Academic, Nanette Burge, and President, Gary L Eads; Jamesport, Academic, Joshua M Jeffries; Pattonsburg, Academic, Dillon R Lowrey; Winston, Academic,

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And the two building shall be as one

The merging of the two buildings owned by the Gallatin Theatre League is underway.

The two will be connected physically after an eight foot wide fire-proof door allows the left wing of the stage in the GLT building to be connected to the Kulis building.

“Basically we’re doing all the things on the final checklist to make the Kulis building structurally sound and ready for the next stage — which

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Memorial Day Remembrances

by Pastor Steve Ellison

 The Civil War, our bloodiest war, gave birth to holidays honoring those who gave their all for their country. In 1868, the United States set aside May 30th to remember their great sacrifice. Since 1971, in classic American seeking of self, we have chosen to take a three day weekend by choosing to take a day off from work on the last Monday in May.

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Gallatin UMC hosts ‘Hot Dog Ministries’

church hot dogThe Gallatin United Methodist Church started their 2016 Hot Dog Ministries on May 25. All are welcome to a free hot dog lunch every Wednesday from 12 noon to 1 p.m. until school starts. On the first lunch this year, official greeters are pictured, left to right, Kendra McMahon, Maddox Tipton, and Mady Tipton. [Submitted Photo]

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Chillicothe Arts Bluegrass Festival scheduled for June 17-19

The fourth annual “Sliced Bread Jam Bluegrass Festival” will be held Friday, Saturday & Sunday, June 17, 18, and 19 in Chillicothe, which is celebrated as “The Home of Sliced Bread”. The festival site is the Litton Agri Campus, 10780 LIV 235, 1 ½ miles west of the junction of Highways 65 and 190 on the north edge of Chillicothe. The festival music features bluegrass bands from Missouri and

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NCMC Student Spotlight: Aubrey Nelson-Gallatin, MO

web_student ncmc aubrey nelsonAubrey Nelson from Gallatin, a sophomore at North Central Missouri College, participates in PBL (the collegiate division of FBLA) where she recently placed at the state competition and will advance to nationals.

“My favorite thing so far at NCMC has been the PBL competition, working with other students and seeing our hard work advance to nationals,” said Aubrey.

Aubrey is also involved in FCA, lives in the resident hall and

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Local students earn CMU letters

Over 300 student athletes at Central Methodist University lettered in their sport during the 2015-16 year, including Molly Mott, a sophomore elementary education major from Altamont, who lettered in spirit squad, and Kelly Warford, a sophomore pre-athletic training major from Pattonsburg, who lettered in spirit squad.

Lettering reflects the athlete’s dedication and contributions to the team throughout the season.

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Wet weather slows haymakers; seed heads become a problem

Missouri haymakers face unusual spring weather challenges. More problems are ahead.

Making hay is more than working between rains, says Craig Roberts, University of Missouri Extension forage specialist.

Grass seed heads have a bigger impact on hay quality than wet weather. For best nutrition, hay must be cut before grass transfers nutrients from the leaves into the seed, Roberts says.

“If grass was cut and hay removed, this rainy spell

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